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BRITISH CASUALTIES.

BRITISH CASUALTIES.

' Up to yesterday the total ?? of ho war taken from official figures were b follows- Killed .. . ?? 968 Wounded ?? 3,524 ilissing ?? ?? ?? 2,321 Total ?? 6,813 LATEST CASUALTIES AT LADY. SMITH. Sir G. White notified the general at Pieter- siaritzburg, on Thursday, that tbe only
December 31, 1899 - Lloyd's Weekly Newspaper - London, London, England
 
MEETINGS & LECTURES, TO-DAY.

MEETINGS & LECTURES, TO-DAY.

I National Sunday Loingue - Escursion 'v Brighton, 3s., from Loiaon-bridge aen Victo ia, 9.30 a.m. calling at usual stations. Coucerts, commencing 7 p.m., at the Aliamlbra, Leicester-square, band of her IM'ajesty's Scots Guarls (by permission); Masa Lucy Clarke, Mr. Philip Broze
December 31, 1899 - Lloyd's Weekly Newspaper - London, London, England
 
METHUEN'S CAMP.

METHUEN'S CAMP.

NETHU EN'S CAMP. A QUIET INTERVAL. FEVER AMONG THE BOERS., An official telegram from the Cape on Christmasrday ?? change in situa- tion of affairs at Modder river. Methuen is well entrenched, and the enemy does sot disturb him. TheCorrespondent of the Daily News at Capetown under
December 31, 1899 - Lloyd's Weekly Newspaper - London, London, England
 
MR. CHURCHILL'S ESCAPE FROM PRETORIA.

MR. CHURCHILL'S ESCAPE FROM PRETORIA.

MI. CHURCHILL.'S ESCAPE FROM PRETORIA. The Morninr Post publisheg a telegram from Mr. Winston Spencer Churchill, at Lorenzo Marquez, under date IDec. 21, giving an account of his escape. In this he says:-" On the ?? of the 12th the Trasrvaal Govornment's Secretary for War informe
December 31, 1899 - Lloyd's Weekly Newspaper - London, London, England
 
OTHER CASUALTIES.

OTHER CASUALTIES.

Official telegrams were posted at the War office this week from the generals oft communications in Natal and at the Cape, giving further additions to the already long lists of deaths frort wounda and disease. DEATHS FROM WOUNDS. Dec. 22.-5603 Pte. E. Cunliffe, 3rd Grea. dier Gua
December 31, 1899 - Lloyd's Weekly Newspaper - London, London, England
 

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COL. PLUMER'S ADVANCE TO MAFEKING.

COL. PLUMER'S ADVANCE TO MAFEKING.

COL., PFLUSIITERS ADVANCE I IhTO MAFEKING. A' despatch from Moehudi on Dec. 13 said The troops are still here, awaiting the repair of the railway culverts and bridges between (3aberones aud Crocodile pools. Oa the average these repairs have to be executed about every mile. Mr. Wa
December 31, 1899 - Lloyd's Weekly Newspaper - London, London, England
 
SEDITION IN THE CAPE COLONY.

SEDITION IN THE CAPE COLONY.

SEDITION IN THE CAPEA I I 8COLONY. A despatch from Balmietfontein to Capetown on Dec. 19 ran: - Many families are trekking from Barkly East in the direction of the Free State. The Boers killed at Stormberg included many local reoels. The police are closely watching the Bersohel b
December 31, 1899 - Lloyd's Weekly Newspaper - London, London, England
 
THE VOLUNTEERS AND YEOMANRY.

THE VOLUNTEERS AND YEOMANRY.

THNE YOLMNTEERS H.A.C. BATTERY TO GO OUT. Lord Wolseley has selected Colonel W. H. oacki mon, who is aoting as Assistant Adjutant-general and Chief Staff officer of the Bgome distriot, for command of the City of London Imperial Volunteers for South Africa. The Comr| mander-in-chi
December 31, 1899 - Lloyd's Weekly Newspaper - London, London, England
 
THE QUEEN-AND SOLDIERS' FAMILIES.

THE QUEEN-AND SOLDIERS' FAMILIES.

THE QUEEN-AND SOLDIERS' I FAMILIES. The Queen gave a tea party, at Wind- sor cast'e, on Tuesday, to which many of the wives and families of soldiers serving in South Africa were invited. The entertainment took place in St. George's hall, which overlooks the grand quadrangle, and
December 31, 1899 - Lloyd's Weekly Newspaper - London, London, England
 
Music.

Music.

CZWfflllsic? Owing to the holidays and the domand for entertainment of another doscription the week has been devoid of high-class concerts, excepting those at St. Jamer's ball on Saturday night and in various quarters on Sunday. The Royal Choral society will give the nusal New Ye
December 31, 1899 - Lloyd's Weekly Newspaper - London, London, England